I've actually found that VS Code is way more resource hungry than Webstorm. After loading up a large project I'm working on Webstorm consumes about 700MB of memory whilst the same project in VS Code consumes 1.3GB of memory.
Also, though it takes a while, when Webstorm has indexed the project it makes it very snappy to search / navigate around.
Huge fan of Webstorm to be honest. So many things just work nicely out of the box.
That is unexpected. Cool though!
Agreed. Once WebStorm finishes indexing then it knocks every ball out of the park. No competitions 💪
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